Ms. Judith Hansen

Hansen Literary Agency

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Judith Hansen

Hansen Literary Agency

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02/11/2021 01:53 PM
Just curious how we know she's closed. She doesn't seem to have a website or any social media presence aside from LinkedIn.
09/27/2017 06:56 AM
7/26/17 EQ
9/27/17 nudge
9/27/17: "we are not able to take on new prose fiction projects until possibly next year."
Women's fiction 79k
05/10/2017 03:19 PM
Query and nudge before her Query Closure
05/10/2015 CNR
04/13/2017 05:06 PM
04/12/2017 Query submitted BEFORE Submission Closure; nudge for next steps
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Patrick (Admin)
05/29/2009 12:00 PM
Formerly with Marly Rusoff & Associates
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